Audio Announcement at George Bush Intercontinental Airport

October 13th, 2013

Via: Police State USA:

“You are also reminded that any inappropriate remarks or jokes concerning security may result in your arrest.”

3 Responses to “Audio Announcement at George Bush Intercontinental Airport”

  1. anothernut Says:

    This post is certainly important, but for the record, I’ve seen signs with similar messages in airports for years.

  2. pookie Says:

    TSA goons can joke or say inappropriate remarks about security to passengers with impunity, and it happens to me a lot because I always opt out of the body scanners. (I have NEVER seen anyone else opting out. Sheep.) Last week, just after I announced my opt-out to a goon at SFO, he looked angry and practically shouted at me, “YOU CAN’T DO THAT.” I was almost as loud in my reply, “YEEEESSS, I CAN! Who’s your supervisor?” That’s when he suddenly laughed and said he was joking. “NOT funny” I replied, as I looked around for the woman who would be doing my pat-down. When she arrived, she said in an irritated voice, “Don’t you know that these are not backscatter machines, but millimeter wave and perfectly safe?” (Most of these women act as if I’m stupid for opting out.) I reply: “I know very well what they are. They use terahertz photons, and I am opting out.” In my carry-on are copies of an abstract of a study conducted by Boian S. Alexandrov et al. at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, revealing that these terahertz waves could “unzip double-stranded DNA, creating bubbles that could significantly interfere with processes such as gene expression and DNA replication”. But the last time I tried to hand a copy to a TSA goon who obviously resented having to do a pat-down, she pointedly took it between two fingers and flipped it into the trash bin. She’ll be one of those “willing executioners” in the increasingly nightmarish police state.

  3. LoneWolf Says:

    I live north of IAH (Houston George Bush Intercontinental); my closest airport of choice. This same audio announcement has been playing for years. Same female voice and script. My earliest memory of hearing her was in the fall of 2010. I remember my dread after hearing it and approaching the TSA gauntlet.

    They were friendlier and patient 3 years ago. Now we are all treated as suspected criminals.

    BTW some of the first things Texas cops do when processing a suspect for jail is to empty all their pockets, remove shoes, pull battery out of cell phone and paw thru one’s wallet or purse.
    All cash is taken. (Upon release you get a county check with the amount of money taken for ‘safe’ keeping) Yet I do wonder if the credit and debit card numbers are recorded? I suspect anything of real value disappears. Good luck trying to convince any official or judge of missing jewelry, watches, medication, etc. Your word against theirs.

    Basically the same tactics of the TSA. And most of all it puts a person in a vulnerable weak situation; where physical, mental or emotional injury can occur.

    The TSA and associated draconian laws were born out of the biggest lie and false flag 12 years ago. The 911 narrative is rapidly unraveling but not fast enough. I hope the emperor does not pull another false flag before Oct. 17th.

    So it goes …

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